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Record online sales give U.S. holiday shopping season a boost: report

U.S. shoppers spent more online during this year's holiday shopping season, a report by Mastercard Inc showed on Wednesday, with e-commerce sales hitting a record high.

Electric vehicle startup Rivian scores $1.3 billion investment from T.Rowe Price, others

Electric vehicle startup Rivian said on Monday it closed a $1.3 billion investment round led by T. Rowe Price and including existing investors Amazon.com and Ford Motor Co.

U.S. National Security Adviser warns UK about allowing Huawei in 5G: FT

U.S. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien has warned UK about allowing China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL] into its 5G telecommunications networks, saying such a move would pose a risk to UK's secret intelligence services, the Financial Times reported.

China to expand blockchain pilot, study forex reforms for cryptocurrency: regulator

China will expand the scope of its blockchain cross-border financing pilot platform, a senior official at the country's foreign exchange regulator said on Tuesday.

Forget store traffic and bag count: Gauging retail performance in an online world

福利网站Marshal Cohen has religiously visited the same stores every holiday season since 1999.

Exclusive: Tesla to take new $1.4 billion loan from Chinese banks for Shanghai factory - sources

U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc and a group of China banks have agreed a new 10 billion yuan ($1.4 billion), five-year loan facility for the automaker's Shanghai car plant, three sources familiar with the matter said, part of which will be used to roll over an existing loan.

Decade in Review: What the smartphone has wrought

福利网站When the first Apple iPhone hit the market in 2007, not everyone was convinced it would supplant the flip-phone. When Google's Android software system arrived a year later, the Blackberry still seemed to have bright future.

A decade on earth captured from space

The biggest news events of the past decade have been chronicled from space.

The Netflix decade: How one company changed the way we watch TV

In the not-so-distant past, TV viewers were forced to wait a week for the next installment of their favorite shows, parceled out by networks in half-hour or hour-long increments.

Exhibition in China reflects on loss of anonymity to recognition technology

An art exhibition exploring the impact of facial recognition technology has opened in China, offering a rare public space for reflection on increasingly pervasive surveillance by tech companies and the government.

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